scottmcll wrote:That may be, but my dealership is in a Seattle suburb. The area has been selling bolts well, so I doubt mine had been sitting long. Also, I have charged it at least a dozen times since taking it home and driving it at least 350 miles. I've made note of the "Ignition ON/Vehicle in Service Mode" service bulletin in another thread, so will mention that when I talk to their service dept., tomorrow.
The Service Mode issue may be it, or it could also be something draining the battery when it shouldn't. So they need to make sure that there isn't an unusual draw when the car is idle. Read the details on Collimare's service report
. And if that is the problem, make sure they do the correct post service checks after they have fixed the problem as I recommended on his ChevyBolt.org thread
"After replacing the HPMCM2 module, be sure to update it to latest firmware and relearn the car parameters. Before returning vehicle to the customer, recharge the vehicle and check that battery charge & range displayed are accurate"
EV's are so technology sensitive just driving the car around the parking lot is not sufficient (as it would be with an ICE). Service Techs are going to have to learn that there is more to validate when it comes repairing to these computers on wheels.